Rhonda L. Clark
Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Associate Professor of Information and Library Science
I hold a Ph.D. in Russian History ( Univ. MN 1996) and an MLIS from the Univ. of Pittsburgh, 2007. I have been teaching in the MSLS program at Clarion University since 2009. We recently introduced a new concentration in Local and Archival Studies, intended to prepare our graduates to work with local special collections across a variety of different cultural heritage settings. I have a recent book out with co-author Nicole Wedemeyer Miller called Fostering Family History Services: A Guide for Librarians, Archivists, and Volunteers (February 2016, Libraries Unlimited).